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Thread: Price for argon

  1. #41
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    Pineapples? sorry, as rediculous as it sounds, most are shipped in from out of state! No, not China
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    Default Argon tank prices

    I paid $32 for my last 336 cu ft tank.

    2 months ago it cost $28 and I was a little upset but after seeing these prices, I am not complaining.

    Work in PA but my welding distributor (Superior Welding) is in Pennsauken, NJ.

    I don't pay haz mat fees and wonder if it might be because I own my tank which I bought from Superior about 33 years ago.

    I just swap it out for a filled one each time so I don't pay for a hydro.
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    Latest price at Airgas:

    I just paid $51 out-the-door for a 125CF refill of C-16 (their version of C-25). He said it would be $96 out-the-door to refill my 250CF, which isn't much of a savings.

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    Holy cr@p Batman! My last purchase was $42.00 out the door for pure argon 300 size from Airgas.
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    Bert/Sundowner/

    Likewise on taking care of scuba tanks, (empty tanks are a NO/NO) I have vis checked many empty tanks and found rust, and the guy was ticked when I told him they would at the least have to be tumbled before I would fill them!
    Aluminum tanks will corrode and steel will rust (wonder how much rust is in our Welding gas tanks)??

    I paid $30 for 150cf Argon from Airgas and when I purchased the 330 they told me it would be $40 to fill it (( I will hold them to it)) when I return mine on Thursday---they told me they charge less per CF for the large tank fills here in Vanc WA/Oregon.

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    I own a 60cf tank and i just payed $30 to refill it with pure argon gas


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    If I pay cash $40.00 for a 210, credit $65.00. I think the cash may be under the table?
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    Hey, Nocheepgas, where are you getting your fills. I don't mind paying cash for fill, but the only rate I have found is almost double what you are paying.

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    I think hazmat fees are related to high-pressure cylinders as much as to do with hazardous gases. C25 is sure not dangerous, but the bottle/projectile thing is. The fee is just another way for government to get money.

    Glenn

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    Default Argon

    I just bought to refills (big bottles) of argon and N2 and it was around $85 w/tax.

    Dave
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